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Dec 23, 2012 4:20am EST
that about half of the councils of 30 are islamists. that has taken on a dirty word in washington. it is important to distinguish between islamists who are looking to establish a syrian country -- nationalists looking for an islamist government and syria as opposed to the radical stubbornness who are looking for a regional or global sectarian overtones to their ideology. that is something that was potentially inevitable as the conflict continued. it definitely happen after the only people providing armed support to the opposition were saudis and turks interested in seeing oscar -- islamism power after the fact. that was a greater share in the balance of power among the rebel groups inside syria. whatever the reasons for reaching this point, we are here now and the reality is the first up is being able to get behind a coalition that incredibly account for the vast majority of the opposition fighters on the ground. i think this coalition as that. >> thank you both for your comments. we would like to open up to the audience for questions and answers. please identify yourself and ask
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